• Measuring methods for air humidity measurement
    * psychrometric humidity measurement
    * hygrometric humidity measurement
    * capacitive humidity measurement
  • Characteristic variables to describe air humidity
  • Changes of the state of humid air in the h-x diagram
  • Determination of the relative air humidity with
    * psychrometer
    * hair hygrometer
    * hygrometer with synthetic fibre
    * capacitive humidity sensor
  • Design and operation of the instruments
  • Comparison of the instruments


  • Different measuring methods for measuring humidity
  • Climatic chamber with adjustable humidity and transparent door
  • Humidification via ultrasonic atomizer
  • Dehumidification via Peltier cooling element
  • Fan for air recirculation
  • 2 mechanical instruments: psychrometer, hair hygrometer
  • 2 electronic instruments: capacitive sensor, hygrometer with synthetic fiber and combined temperature sensor
  • Korean branded meters

The measurement of air humidity plays an important role in many branches of industry, e.g. during drying or in the air conditioning of buildings and vehicles. There are different measuring methods to determine humidity. The trainer TH3273 enables the measurement of air humidity with four different instruments which can be directly compared to each other: two different hygrometers, a capacitive hygrometer and a psychrometer. Psychrometers operate based on the principle of evaporation cooling and compare the ambient temperature with the wet bulb temperature to determine the humidity. Hygrometers utilise the property of specific fibres, e.g. hair, to expand with increasing air humidity. In the capacitive sensor the di-electricity constant of a layer and with it its capacity changes due to the water molecules absorbed. The core element of the trainer is a climatic chamber with transparent door. This chamber can be humidified and dehumidified and contains the four instruments. A Peltier cooling element is used for dehumidification. An ultrasonic atomizer is used for humidification. To circulate the air and ensure good mixing a fan is used.